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Recreation
Cyriak
Developer(s) MF Corporations
Publisher(s) Logo
Platform(s) 3DS
Genre(s) Fiction, Puzzle, Adventure
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Europe March 2016

25px-Flag of USA April 2016

25px-Flag of Japan April 2016

25px-Flag of Australia March 2016

Mode(s)
Easy Mode

Medium Mode

Hard Mode

Puzzle Plank

Age Rating(s)
ERating 3Rating
Recreation is a 1st-person puzzle/platformer game released by MF Corporations for the Nintendo 3DS.  Funded by Fantendo, Recreation is based off the animations of the British freelance animator Cyriak Harris , who is notorious for his rather unsettling and abstract creations.  Recreation has a vaguely Face Raiders-type style to it as well: e.g. besides using an unseen blaster to fire projectiles in first-person the game utilizes the Nintendo 3DS camera to look around.

Plot

Recreation has a simplistic plot.

This plot revolves around the resurrection of the God of Distortion, Cyriak, who then uses its powers to corrupt everything and distort them in such a manner that they become Eldritch Abominations.  The unnamed, unseen player comes to realize this after his/her pet cat has grown into a distorted Flugs the Feline, and ventures into the danger with only a handy blaster (NOT A GUN) to seal Cyriak and return everything to normal.  In his/her quest the player is always given a Sacred Treasure after he/she passes a Realm, which if all Sacred Treasures are collected the player will have the power to not kill, but imprison Cyriak for good.

Gameplay

Moving around the 3DS will allow the player to look around - the game utilizes the 3DS camera.  Pressing A shoots a projectile from the player's blaster.  On normal occasions the circle pad is used for moving around and B is for jumping, however on special enemies, bosses, or midbosses these actions are not possible unless the player is directed to (e.g. Move up!  ^).  Pressing Start will pause the game and allow the player to either quit, resume, or look inside the storage, which holds upgrades.  The player can change certain items including the blaster for others in the storage.

Recreation has the player navigate an open style-platformer world - Unless he/she is confronted by a midboss, special enemy, or boss.  In that case, the screen will freeze and the player's moves are limited, such as not being able to move unless directed to.  Otherwise, the player may move in any way such as long as he/she stays in the course.  So technically it could be said Recreation isn't really an open-style game.

Besides platformer, some levels will require the player to solve puzzles or minigames.  A heavy use of this can be found in the final boss battle between the player and Cyriak.  In fact, there is a whole seperate sub-game mode the player can play, called Puzzle Plank, which, true to its name, is a game involving a series of puzzles to solve to move on to the next level.

In his/her quest the player will meet many distorted enemies who had been corrupted to serve Cyriak, as well as bosses.  There are 8 normal Realms the player must pass through to defeat Cyriak, plus a bonus 9th Realm which only becomes accessible when the entire story mode is completed with 3 stars on each level.  The Realms are split into levels, an individual course the player must complete to move on to the next.  In levels, players can collect gold bars, which enemies may drop or stashes may be hoarded in, and collecting as many as the player can is beneficial because they can be used to spend them on the Shop for upgrades, better blasters, trophies, etc.  When a player completes a level, the level's progress will be shown through a star program:  1 star equals bronze, 2 stars equal silver, and 3 stars equal gold.  The ranking depends on the the amount of health lost, the amount of gold collected, and how fast the level was completed.  In addition to this, the difficulty mode can be changed as well, from Easy to Medium to Hard Mode.  The harder the mode is, the more rewarding it is.

Realms

Kitty City

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  • Beneath the Comfort Zone (Boss: Big Hellkitty)

Fleeting Forest

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  • Top Carnivore (Boss: Tigore Spawnlord)

Behemoth Barnyard

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  • Rise of the Beastly Bovine (Boss: Overbeef)

Chimp Factory

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  • E-R-R-O-R (Boss: Typobot)

Shifty Sky

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  • Angellic Brawl (Boss: Furiel)

Computer Cobwebs

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  • Furry Infestation (Boss: Octokitty)

Pussy Purgatory

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  • Cat Combat (Boss: Anomakitty)

Distortion Dimensions

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  • Final Confrontation (Boss: God of Distortion Cyriak)

Special World: Money Macrocosm

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  • The Greedy Miser (Special Boss: Moneybone)

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